US Size: About a 5.75 though may fit up to a size 6.00 finger
Total Carat Weight:0.38 ct
Total Precious Metal Weight: 1.09 dwt
Precious Metal Material: 18k white gold
Dimensions: This ring faces up 7.58 mm north to south (width). The shoulders taper from roughly 5.55 mm where the hexagonal head meets the band, to about 0.88 mm at the base of the shank. The ring rises about 6.05 mm from the finger.
Weight: 1.7 grams
Era: c. 1910-1920
Buyer Notes: This ring is an excellent example of late Edwardian and early Art Deco design, with sumptuous curves and bold geometries that together form a pierced filigree design that alludes to patterns found in nature. This ring shows no breakage to the filigree, and the moldings are crisp even after over 100 years. The diamond present was mounted sometime during the ring’s history, and is a replacement for an earlier original. Though a warm color grade, the diamond appears quite white to the eye. This ring is in great shape and is a beautiful example of its kind.
Center Stone Type: Diamond
Center Stone Count: One (1)
Center Stone Carat Weight: By formula 0.38 ct
Center Stone Dimension: Measured to be 4.50 x 4.50 x 3.00 mm
Center Stone Shape: Round Brilliant Cut
Center Stone Color: L-M (warmth evident in certain contexts, but faces up very white for this range)
Center Stone Clarity: VS1-VS2 (perfectly clean to the eye and under a loupe)
Elegant and feminine, this engagement ring hails from sometime around the late Edwardian years through the early Art Deco period. With fluid openwork and organic allusions, this piece showcases the tailend of the Art Nouveau aesthetic as it became more and more geometric. The ring is symmetrical on both its north and south profiles, decorated by swag-like details and lotus blossom curves that somehow feel as oceanic as they do floral. The slim shoulders of the ring are adorned with crosshatches and circular details that create an intersecting pattern of x’s and o’s.
This pierced filigree gallery sits proud of the finger approximately 5.8 mm, a confident height that is still very practical to wear. The filigree is also of enough heft that its delicacy does not prevent daily wear. This ring’s face features a hexagonal silhouette set on its axis, so that the points of the form beam north and south. The ring gives the effect of a clean bezel setting and a larger diamond center. Dainty bead prongs hold the diamond within it, each prong cleverly set within the points of the hexagon shape. The current diamond is a later replacement for an earlier original stone, as the Round Brilliant cut of the diamond dates to at least the 1940s-1960s, when Round Brilliants became the new standard diamond cut.
Though a bit newer, the diamond that sits within this ring is astoundingly beautiful, and feels perfectly at home in the antique setting. This diamond is considered quite warm at an L-M color range, though it faces up very white. Only in bright sunlight and in the company of very white (think D, E, F) diamonds does this L-M diamond show its warmer hue. Indeed, the 18k white gold mounting makes the diamond appear brighter and whiter than it actually is. Its clarity is phenomenal, with no visible inclusions present, and none can be detected even in up to 90x magnification under a jeweler’s loupe.
This ring is precious, a nod to a bygone time a century ago, and yet no less wearable today so many decades later. The design it bears is crisp and lovely, an artful mix of soft curves and angularities that remind the wearer of its late Edwardian and early Deco context. It pairs beautifully with any diamond or engraved band, and would make an excellent stacker in the midst of a collection of rings. This piece would make an ideal engagement ring of modest scale that packs a punch in quality and sparkle.
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